[QUOTE=SeÃ¡n;2239878]On CD-LabelPrint here, it gives the media selection when I go to print the label.
To give an example, I opened up the test label I created earlier:
I carried out the following:
[li]Clicked on ‘Print’, then clicked on ‘Printer…’ on the dialogue that appeared.
[/li][li]Clicked ‘Properties…’ next to printer-drop down field.
[/li][li]Selected “Plain Paper” for Media Type drop-down field.
[/li][li]A warning appears saying that the paper source has been set to “Paper Feed Switch.”. I clicked ‘OK’
[/li][li]On the “Page Setup” tab, I selected “A4” from the Paper Size drop-down field.
[/li][li]Finally, I clicked ‘OK’ twice to both dialogues in succession and finally clicked ‘Print’.
It gives a message saying to insert “CD-R tray C” sized paper. I clicked ‘OK’ and the following was printed on the A4 sheet:
I don’t have any CD label sheets handy, so I’ve no idea what size the label sheet actually is and where the peelable label is physically positioned on it. However, it may be worth trying these steps and experimenting with the print position top & left fields (when you press ‘Print’) to align it up, assuming your printer lets you print CD labels using the standard paper feeder also.[/QUOTE]
Unfortunately, at the very end of the process, the status monitor window (the one with the warning exclamation mark) pops up and say:
The CD-R Tray Feeder is not installed in the printer.
Install the CD-R Tray Feeder correctly. Next, insert the CD-R tray with a printable disc in the CD-R Tray Feeder and press the RESUME button. Printing will then restart
No chance this way.
I only could see a possibility printing via the paper selection and be able to create a new label called “disc”, but it seems not to be possible unless somebody know the way via the registry
This is really a pity because I’d like to use one single application for discs and labels printing.
More ideas are welcome!